Over the summer I worked for a local catering company preparing food for events as well as for the store. This is one of the main salads that I, along with my coworkers, assembled numerous times over the course of the summer. I’ve adapted the recipe to make it my own by adding a home made chilli sauce to the mix. Hopefully you all enjoy this salad as much as I do. I was definitely know to take “tasters” of this one.
I absolutely adore hummus. I’m not even kidding, I will put hummus on everything! My friends actually make fun of my hummus addiction sometimes… If I’m being honest, I don’t usually use a recipe for my hummus I just kind of add what I think will be good and taste as I go until I get my desired flavour. For this recipe I actually measured all the ingredients instead of just throwing things in. Continue reading “Classic Hummus”
This recipe actually happened by accident. I was soaking buckwheat groats for a different granola recipe, but the next morning after the groats were already soaked I realized that I did not have any of the other ingredients. So, I drained the groats and left them to sit for a day and a bit, and when I revisited them to make my recipe I found that they had sprouted little tails! At this point I abandoned the recipe I was planning to make and decided to create my own to share with you. Continue reading “Sprouted Buckwheat Granola”
Chia pudding is one of my go-to breakfasts because 1. it’s super easy to make and 2. it’s delicious. I love being able to mix together the ingredients and throw them in the fridge before bed then wake up in the morning and have breakfast waiting for me in the fridge, it’s incredibly convenient. Another Continue reading “Vanilla Chia Pudding”